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15 Native Plants for the Midwestern Garden

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Spring woodland wildflower no-pick scavenger hunt | Iowa DNR

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Large Flowered Trillium

Large Flowered Trillium, also called White Trillium, is easy to grow and will return faithfully year after year in optimal conditions, spreading gradually by seed if left undisturbed. The flowers become pink-tinted later in the season …

Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) is wild, edible and nutritious food. Identify mayapple via its pictures, habitat, height, flowers and leaves. Green Leaves, Plant Leaves, Leaf Identification, Mandrake Root, Herbaceous Perennials, Perennial Plant, Foliage Plants, Exotic Plants, Types Of Plants

Podophyllum - Wikipedia

Mayapple: can be used topically for warts.Mayapple contains podophyllotoxin, which is highly toxic if consumed, but can be used as a topical medicine.